January's 'COFFEE WITH THE MAYOR' location is yet to be determined. Please continue to check back for date and location!
The City of Washington would like to thank everyone for their dedication to this community and for all the undertaken efforts that have been and will be ongoing in our community for quite some time. We look forward to rebuilding together and are thankful for everyone who has shown their support from near and far.
One team. One town. One country. One heart. Washington Strong. #ALLIN4WASHINGTON
Over the past decade, Washington has been among the fastest growing communities in central Illinois: 1,500 new housing starts, new commercial construction totaling about 900,000 square feet, and a 40% growth in population. We are pleased that so many families have chosen to make Washington home.
The addition of Five Points Washington is among our community’s most notable accomplishments.
Dedicated in 2007, Five Points Washington features a performing arts auditorium; a public library; an aquatics center; a banquet center; and a state of the art
recreation, wellness and fitness area. The project was a collaborative enterprise involving a not-for-profit corporation, four units of local government and
many civic-minded donors and volunteers. Five Points has become the focal point for learning, recreation, entertainment and social interaction.
While we are rightfully proud of our traditions and recent accomplishments,
we are confident that our best is yet to come. If you are a new resident, we encourage you to partner with us in crafting our future. If you are looking
for a new place to call home, consider Washington.
Together we can...together we will!
Gary W. Manier, Mayor
The City of Washington is subject to the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Individuals with disabilities who plan to attend a city meeting and who require certain accommodations in order to allow them to observe and/or participate in the meeting, or who have questions regarding the accessibility of the meeting or facilities, are requested to contact Pat Brown, ADA Coordinator, at 309-444-1137 promptly to allow the City of Washington to make reasonable accommodations within 48-hours of a scheduled meeting. The City of Washington does not discriminate in admission, access to, treatment or employment in programs or activities on the basis of a handicap in violation of section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. The City of Washington is an equal opportunity provider and employer.